Crow Canyon Archaeological Center – Archaeology, Education, and American Indian Initiatives Paid Internships
Crow Canyon Archaeological Center is currently accepting applications (application deadline is March 1st, 2017) for archaeology, education, and American Indian Initiatives internships. We are seeking advanced undergraduate or graduate students in archaeology, anthropology, Native American studies, or other related fields to assist with archaeological field and lab work or educational programming related to the archaeology and anthropology of the Southwest. We are especially interested in pursuing Indigenous and Public Anthropology projects and programs, and seek to cultivate interns that can contribute to this vision. If you know of anyone that might be interested in these paid internships please pass the contact information and details along to them.
More information and application materials can be found at: http://www.crowcanyon.org/index.php/internships
The College of Letters and Sciences and the Academic Council of the American Indian and Indigenous Collective at the University of California, Santa Barbara anticipates appointing a Postdoctoral Scholar/Lecturer whose time will be divided between postdoctoral research in their area of expertise (50%) and teaching (50%). The appointment runs from July 1, 2017 to June 30, 2018, with the possibility of extension into a second year.
The AIIC Scholar/Lecturer will teach one undergraduate lecture course per quarter (Fall, Winter, and Spring quarters) in the appropriate department(s), and will also serve as instructor of record and co-facilitator for the AIIC annual colloquium (a 2 unit course that runs throughout the academic year). The AIIC Scholar will be expected to make at least one public presentation of his or her research. Appointment will be made by the Deans of Social Sciences/Humanities and Fine Arts in the College of Letters and Sciences to the appropriate division or departments thereof.
The scholar/lecturer is expected to provide intellectual expertise to the campus in his or her area of training as well as to engage with faculty colleagues in the AIIC and the home Academic department and with students at both the graduate and undergraduate levels. The scholar/lecturer is also expected to participate in the AIIC community at UCSB during the year in residence. The Department is especially interested in candidates who can contribute to the diversity and excellence of the academic community through research, teaching and service.
Ph.D. must be completed by July 1, 2017.
The University of California is an Equal Opportunity/Affirmative Action Employer and all qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, religion, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity, national origin, disability status, protected veteran status, or any other characteristic protected by law.
Initial review date is January 31, 2017. The position will remain open until filled.
• A cover letter describing relevant research, expertise and experience with American Indian or Indigenous Studies.
• A current vita;
• Three letters of recommendation from academic mentors
• A Statement of past community engagement
• A Statement of Teaching Interests, Teaching Philosophy, and Courses Taught (2 pages).
• (Optional) Writing Sample (no more than 20 pages).
• (Optional) Teaching Evaluations.
Please submit all materials tohttps://recruit.ap.ucsb.edu/apply/JPF00941on or before the deadline.
Canada Research Chair
Urban Indigenous Policy
The University of Winnipeg invites applications from outstanding scholars with a strong research profile for a Tier I Canada Research Chair in Urban Indigenous Policy. The University of Winnipeg’s Strategic Directions, and Integrated Academic and Research Plan have established Indigenization as a critical element of our academic and institutional renewal. The University of Winnipeg is a downtown hub noted for academic excellence, Indigenous scholarship, environmental commitment, small class sizes and campus diversity.
This Tier I Canada Research Chair will explore urban policy within a broad context that may include but are not limited to the following: Indigenous government structures and formal and informal Indigenous political organizations; treaty, human, non-human and other relations in cities; urban Indigenous organizations, services and political activity; Indigenous ways of knowing and decision making; Indigenous research methodologies, colonial policy, exclusion and racism and their impact on Indigenous government (including “recognition”) and urban experience; Indigenous sovereignty and cities; race, space and mapping/remapping cities; patriarchy and Indigenous feminism and governance; city governance, reconciliation and Indigenization; historical and contemporary issues in the fields of fostering, adoption and child welfare, housing, law, and Indigenous foods and food politics in urban areas; Indigenous ethics; Indigenous language education; cities and Indigenous “resurgence”; Indigenous education (ECE/daycares, elementary, secondary, post-secondary); Indigenous health; historic and contemporary urban Indigenous communities; legal governance frameworks; social and economic capacity-building and development within urban communities.
The Tier I Canada Research Chair in Urban Indigenous Policy is expected to engage regularly with Indigenous scholarship and to disseminate their work to Indigenous communities. The successful candidate will have a sense of their own Indigenous identity, a strong relationship to their Indigenous nation, and a demonstrated ability to incorporate these in their research and teaching at the University of Winnipeg. S/He will be expected to teach at the graduate and/or undergraduate level, supervise graduate students, and develop and contribute to collaborations with fellow researchers throughout Canadaand abroad.
Tier I nominees should:
Previous involvement in collaborating with government departments and agencies, non-government organizations, and private sector partners is also desirable.
Nominations must include a curriculum vitae and a statement of research objectives. The statement should be a maximum of 3 pages (single spaced) using Times New Roman, size 12 font.
All external and internal candidates meeting the criteria for a Tier I Canada Research Chair with research interests in the described area are encouraged to apply. Applications are encouraged from a variety of disciplines.
Consistent with our principles of employment equity and in keeping with the University of Winnipeg’s commitment to Indigenization, the University welcomes applications for all qualified Indigenous candidates for this position, which includes First Nations, Métis and Inuit people.
Nominations must be received by Friday, February 3, 2017. Please forward to:
Dr. Neil Besner, Provost and Vice-President, Academic
University of Winnipeg
515 Portage Avenue
Winnipeg, MB R3B 2E9
Northwestern University seeks candidates for a two-year Postdoctoral Fellowship in Critical Race Studies. Individuals trained in the humanities or humanistic social sciences are encouraged to apply. Areas of specialization are open, and applications from scholars whose expertise furthers connections with Northwestern’s ethnic studies programs, including its emergent Native and Indigenous Studies Program, are especially welcome. The successful candidate will be paired with a senior faculty mentor, offer two courses per year, and offer one public lecture per year. They will also be invited to participate in the planning of events and programming related to Critical Race Studies.
This is a benefits eligible, full-time appointment with research funds, starting September 1, 2017. Ph.D. is required by the start of the appointment. Preference will be given to candidates who have demonstrated experience working with diverse student communities.
Northwestern University is an Equal Opportunity, Affirmative Action Employer of all protected classes including veterans and individuals with disabilities. Women and minorities are encouraged to apply. Hiring is contingent upon eligibility to work in the United States.- See more at: https://chroniclevitae.com/jobs/0000346901-01#sthash.kqoqxwWs.dpuf
Dickinson College invites applications for a two-year position as Visiting Assistant Professor in Native American Studies. The successful candidate should have Native American Studies as his or her major field of research; a Ph.D. is acceptable in a related field. In addition to teaching within his or her field of expertise at all levels of the curriculum, the candidate will teach within a related home department. We welcome interdisciplinary, empirical, and humanistic approaches and the position carries a teaching load of five courses per academic year.
Applicants should enjoy discussion-oriented teaching and demonstrate an ability to create an inclusive learning community environment for an increasingly diverse student body. Applicants should also have a strong commitment to teaching in a liberal arts setting.
Interested candidates should apply for this position electronically at https://jobs.dickinson.eduPlease submit a cover letter, curriculum vita, statement of teaching philosophy, description of research, and relevant student evaluations. Please also arrange for three letters of recommendation to be submitted via the electronic submission system. The due date for completed applications January 15, 2017.
Dickinson is located in Carlisle, PA, twenty minutes west of Harrisburg and a two-hour drive from Baltimore, Washington DC, and Philadelphia. A top-tier liberal arts college, Dickinson prides itself on a faculty who combine excellent teaching and research.
The College is committed to building a representative and diverse faculty, administrative staff, and student body. We encourage applications from all qualified persons.